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Shiloh Presbyterian Church began meeting in Cary, North Carolina in June 2010 as a mission work of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC). Her vision, from the outset, was clear: faithful, perspicuous and God-centered preaching in the context of reformed worship for the building up of the saints and the conversion of the lost. Shiloh initially enjoyed many months of regularly rotating preachers. Many men gave innumerable hours of labor to the fledgling congregation. Most of those who worked so hard (both in and out of the pulpit) had affiliations with Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Greenville, S.C. By March 2011, in the Lordâ€™s providence, Pastor Gabriel Fluhrer became known to the pulpit search committee as a potential pastoral candidate. After a number of visits to North Carolina, it became very clear to both the members of Shiloh and Pastor Fluhrer, that the Lord had placed His call on this man, to this pulpit. By May 2012, Pastor Fluhrer was installed as an evangelist to the body of Shiloh OPC. Pastor Fluhrer fervently advocates the original vision of the pre-eminence of God-centered preaching, the distinctives of reformed theology and their outflow in reformed worship. In February 2013, Shiloh Presbyterian Church moved from being a mission work to an organized congregation in the OPC. Pastor Fluhrer was installed as her pastor along with the installation of three ruling elders and three deacons.